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Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta

Nadeen Weybrecht Discusses the State of the Legal Market in Atlanta   Guest post by: Nabeal Twereet, writer for LawCrossing   Nadeen Weybrecht is a legal recruiter at BCG Attorney Search’s Houston Office. She focuses on matching attorneys with employers in Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina,…>read more

No Comment April 15, 2014

The Police Searching Justin Bieber’s Limo Found Illegal Drugs

The Police Searching Justin Bieber’s Limo Found Illegal Drugs   Teen pop idol, Justin Bieber tweeted that he was “focused on the music.” He also tweeted “i love GA.” Police searched Justin Bieber’s Cadillac Escalade limo and according to CNN News, found illegal drugs and paraphernalia.   The police…>read more

No Comment February 27, 2014

Georgia Court of Appeals Allows Forced Blood Test with Warrant

Georgia Court of Appeals Allows Forced Blood Test with Warrant   The Georgia Court of Appeals has overruled a 2006 state Supreme Court precedent and held that a forced blood test can be conducted on a suspected drunk driver in Georgia, if accompanied by a search warrant. The Court of…>read more

No Comment January 31, 2014

Law Clerks in Fulton County Owed Millions

Law Clerks in Fulton County Owed Millions On Monday, the Georgia Court of Appeals ruled that twenty three law clerks belonging to the State and Superior court are collectively owed at least $4.3 million by the Fulton County which had unlawfully discriminated against them.   The law…>read more

No Comment July 9, 2013

Georgia Teens Raise Money for High School’s First Integrated Prom – in This Day and Age!

Georgia Teens Raise Money for High School’s First Integrated Prom – in This Day and Age! It’s a little late in the game for segregated proms, but in Wilcox County Georgia, where proms are funded by parents, that’s still the way it is. Four students – two white, two black – aim to end that, offering…>read more

No Comment April 4, 2013

Mother of Twins Shoots Intruder Five Times in Face and Neck

Mother of Twins Shoots Intruder Five Times in Face and Neck Supporters of the right to bear arms speak of crime rates dropping and the increased security of law-abiding citizens. Stories like this one bear some of that out. A Georgia mother living in a three story home on Henderson Ridge…>read more

3 Comments January 8, 2013

A Black Man Given a Life Sentence for Defending his Home

A Black Man Given a Life Sentence for Defending his Home “Stand your Ground” laws might be problematic, but surely we have a right to protect our home? So why was John McNeil sentenced to life in prison when he killed an intruder to his home? NAACP president and CEO Benjamin…>read more

No Comment September 14, 2012

Georgia Municipalities and Counties Issue Bonuses

Georgia Municipalities and Counties Issue Bonuses Quite a few municipalities in the area of Athens, Georgia have offered bonuses and raises for their employees. Council members from Jefferson and Winder City as well as county commission members from Barrow and Oconee voted for the bonuses. After…>read more

No Comment January 9, 2012

Gibson Dunn Launches New FDA Practice

Gibson Dunn Launches New FDA Practice Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP has announced that Stephen Payne has joined its Washington, D.C. office as a partner.  Payne will help lead Gibson Dunn’s FDA and Health Care compliance and enforcement practice, focusing on pharmaceutical and medical device clients.…>read more

No Comment December 16, 2011

The John Marshall Law School Launches New Law School in Savannah

The John Marshall Law School Launches New Law School in Savannah The John Marshall LawSchool, located in Atlanta, Georgia, announced in recent days that it had received American Bar Association approval to launch a Savannah branch campus next fall. The new location will be called Savannah Law School. Alan Boyer, associate…>read more

No Comment December 12, 2011

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